When vlogs go bad. Hawaiian-style. 

In a break from tradition, I’ve decided to try and document some of my GSA Lecture Tour travels with some video posts. Today: a trip to Big Island, Hawaii to bother volcanoes and to walk off some more calories. Oh, and to see some segmented normal fault systems. Quicker to do then written posts, but excruciating. Anyway, here goes…
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Featured image from: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.inquisitr.com/3155988/spectacular-footage-shows-new-lava-flows-from-hawaiis-big-island-kilauea-volcano-video/amp/

Author: Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson

I am Professor of Basin Analysis @imperialcollege. I ❤️ 🏃🏿, 🚴🏿 and @basinsIC (⛏). I obsess about the tectono-stratigraphic development of sedimentary basins. Why? Because I'm hopeless at everything else.

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